There are more things in heaven and earth than one podcast can talk about. I hope to talk about some of the most important things.
Episode 52: Ben Wheaton on Merovingian Gaul
In this episode, Ben Wheaton exposes my ignorance about Gaul (basically France) in the sixth century. So I learned a lot. And I hope you do too! After all, Christianity did not disappear after Nicaea and restart at the Reformation. Ben leads us through a particularly unstudied time period of Christianity. I hope you enjoy the episode!
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Episode 51: Michael Lynch on John Davenant's Hypothetical Universalism.
In this episode, Michael Lynch and I talk about John Davenant and his hypothetical universalism. To learn more, see Lynch's new book with OUP press: https://www.amazon.ca/John-Davenants-Hypothetical-Universalism-Orthodoxy/dp/0197555144/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=michael+lynch+davenant&qid=1626285119&sr=8-1
See my website: wyattgraham.com
Episode 50: Crawford Gribben on Christian Reconstruction
In this episode, historian Crawford Gribben discusses his research into the Christian Reconstruction movement in the Pacific Northwest of the United States of America. If that movement seems obscure, then it might be helpful to know that Douglas Wilson would fall into that broad movement. To read Crawford's work, click here.
See also my website: wyattgraham.com and follow me on Twitter @wagraham.
Episode 49: Timon Cline on Divine Law & Theonomy
In this episode, Timon and I have a conversation about divine law and theonomy. To learn more, see wyattgraham.com. Follow me: @wagraham.
Episode 48: Benjamin Fischer on John Wycliffe
In this conversation, Benjamin and I talk about John Wycliffe (d. 1384). Wycliffe translated the Bible into English, wrote pastoral treatises, and played a significant role in the life of the English church. His followers survived up to and participated in the English Reformation (16 ce.). To read his pastor treatises, see Benjamin's new edited work here: https://davenantinstitute.org/product/beingapastor-wycliffe/.
Episode 47: Mark Jones on Stephen Charnock and the Puritans
In this episode, I talk with Pastor Mark Jones about the puritans as well as Stephen Charnock. Jones is publishing a new edition of Charnock's The Existence and Attributes of God with Crossway. So it was great to be able to talk to him about that project and Charnock himself! But the conversation is much broader than that. We talk about the Puritans in general, their love of learning, and how we have forgotten that today, becoming parochial in our writing and reading.
I have really enjoyed many of these conversations!
Really Good Interviews.
If you want to explore some of the great issues of the day (in the context of the Christian Faith and practice) this is a cant miss. Long format interviews with fascinating people get you to the heart of the issues.